A model for a supersonic blade row with two in-passage shock waves is developed. It accounts for three-dimensional effects in real flows by using an altered blade shape in a two-dimensional cascade. There is enough flexibility in the choice of blade shape to accommodate a desired entrance angle, exit angle, boundary-layer thickness and stage pressure ratio at a given entrance Mach number. The model divides the mean flow into regions of uniform or one-dimensional flow in which the solutions for the unsteady flow may be formed successively. The analysis makes use of previous solutions for unsteady flow in cascades and over an oscillation wedge. Six flow conditions are chosen in the range of parameters for which the two-shock model is valid for studies of flutter in torsion and bending. It is found, in keeping with previous results from a single-shock model, that in each case there is increasing instability with decreasing frequency.